We'll confess: We've been low-key internet stalking Mandy Moore's home renovation over the course of the last six months, dutifully following her updates on the bathroom, guest room, and kitchen. And now, the moment we've been waiting for has finally arrived: Moore has unveiled her freshly renovated Pasadena home on Architectural Digest, providing us with endless design inspiration for months to come.
"This house signifies the next chapter of my life—as an adult, a woman, and a performer," says Moore, whose first brush with fame occurred at the tender age of 15 with her hit single "Candy." "I was able to pour all of who I am into making this place." She and fiancé Taylor Goldsmith landed on the classic 1950s home designed by architect Harold B. Zook after searching for nearly a year. "We fell in love with the views, the pool, the yard, basically the whole energy of the place," she explains.
With that, Moore enlisted an esteemed design team consisting of architect Emily Farnham, interior designer Sarah Sherman Samuel, and Terremoto landscape designers, and embarked on a complete gut renovation of the space. The end result is a delicate balance of vintage and contemporary, high and low, masculine and feminine. "The interiors don't feel like they're lost in time," explains Samuel. "There are plenty of nods to the '50s, but there are also lots of pieces that just read as fresh, organic, and modern." Step inside Mandy Moore's jaw-dropping Pasadena home below.
Head over to Architectural Digest for the full reveal.